Fire announcement December 2019

Welcome to Eliot Chapel's Sunday service!

"Connectivity" – Rev. Daniel Gould 

How do we stay connected in a world that's seemingly falling apart? Rev. Daniel Gould will share tools for how to stay connected. 


For more than 18 years, guest speaker Rev. Gould has brought leadership and problem-solving skills to communities in Houston, St. Louis, Los Angeles, Birmingham, Bessemer, and Marengo County, Alabama, and in Accra, Ghana and Freetown, Sierra Leone. Rev. Gould is a youth minister and community organizer with Missouri Faith Voices and is the founder of Gaia Green Earth a multi-disciplinary firm that specializes in eco-inclusive environments.


Please join us for this online service. If you can't see the video, check it out on Facebook or YouTube.


Order of Service:

Welcome: Rev. Barbara H. Gadon

Opening Words: Rev. Daniel Gould

Prelude: Will the Circle Be Unbroken, arr. J. David Moore – sung by Sarah Price

Chalice Lighting

Opening Hymn: #370 All People That on Earth Do Dwell – Sarah Price, vocal & Dr. David Nalesnik, piano



Invitation to Giving: Steve Mennerick

Offertory: Day of Reformation by Ameir Smith & The Front Line

Sermon: Connectivity – Rev. Daniel Gould

Closing Hymn: #323 Break Not the Circle – Sarah Price, vocal & Dr. David Nalesnik, piano

Closing Words



Come reach out a virtual hand of friendship at our coffee hour at 11:30 am on Sunday. We share the Zoom meeting log-in information each week on our mailing list.
If you are a guest or newcomer, we welcome you! Email to get connected right away. You may also sign the guest book where you can choose to opt in to our communications list, find out about religious education programming for children, or talk to someone about any questions you have about Eliot Chapel or Unitarian Universalism. Thanks for joining us today! 
If you would like to contribute to the Shared Plate, please see the giving page on our website or scan the QR code to the left (click to enlarge). Check out easy instructions for text giving in this PDF.  See information about our August recipient, Kirkwood Area Every Child Promise (KAEChP), in This Week at Eliot
August 2, 2020
Last Published: August 2, 2020 10:55 AM